Grand Theft Auto 6 Will Reportedly Feature First Female Playable Character
Rockstar Games previously announced that their ever-growing franchise would be adding another entry with Grand Theft Auto 6 confirmed to be in development. More information has been reported on the upcoming sequel to the sandbox franchise as a Rockstar report by Bloomberg states that the studio will feature its first-ever female playable character lead. The Latina playable character will be one of two playable characters who are reportedly part of a bank-robbing duo influenced by Bonnie & Clyde.
The report also notes that the game will be launched with one city but plans are for the studio to add more locations over time through updates. The inclusion of the first-ever female character has been on the cusp for some time with female custom characters having been available for some time on GTA Online but has never been an option prior to single-player campaigns.
The report goes on to share more information on the location of GTA 6 as it indicates the launch version of the game will be built around a fictionalized Miami with its surrounding areas and will e updated with “new missions and cities on a regular basis.”
The report states that the launch version of GTA 6 will apparently feature more interior locations than its predecessors. Each entry usually shows Rockstar making strides to be more ambitious and offer players more to explore and experience, but this could be a whole other monster of a game they are creating with seemingly limitless content.
Many players would hope to have this game in their hands as soon as next year but due to the size and ambitious project along with sources saying there have been multiple changes on the team jams in production, it’s more reasonable to expect GTA 6 to be a couple of years away from release.
Grand Theft Auto 6 does not currently have a release window but stay tuned as more information becomes available.
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